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TAN Books Owner Promotes Protestantism and Humanism

The famous traditional Catholic Publisher TAN Books was founded after Vatican II by the arch-traditional Catholic Thomas Nelson. But things changed after TAN was bought in 2008 by Goodwill Publishers…More
The famous traditional Catholic Publisher TAN Books was founded after Vatican II by the arch-traditional Catholic Thomas Nelson. But things changed after TAN was bought in 2008 by Goodwill Publishers. It removed a number of important traditional Catholic titles from sale while launching titles promoting controversial figures like Pope Paul VI and Francis Bergoglio.

Some months ago, TAN reached an out of court settlement with Baroni-usPress.com in a $125 million lawsuit, thought to be the largest ever lawsuit brought against a Catholic Publisher.

TAN Books' present owner, Goodwill Publishing, is a Catholic family business that has been publishing Protestant Bibles for decades. Protestant Bibles purposefully deny the completeness of the Catholic faith, removing integral parts of the Bible which the Protestants call “deuterocanonical.”

More recently, Goodwill Publishing has found a new lucrative market in selling books promoting humanistic atheism. The main product they promote for corporations to buy is a book called ‘Beyond this Day’. This is a memorial book for grieving families. It avoids any mention of God, the afterlife or redemption. According to Goodwill Publishing’s website, the book contains – quote – “a consistent, non-religious message of care & concern" and "is suitable for any family regardless of their convictions or beliefs". Big corporations such as Coca-Cola and Walmart are among their customers promoting this atheistic vision of death.
Col. Buckshot
Thank-you. +JMJ+
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informative. thank you
Prayhard
Sad! as POTUS might say.
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P. O'B
Not good, but I think I already own all of the good, old TAN books. And probably the new titles won't fall apart like so many of the old ones did. Just our luck!
Mary D.
My Tan books are all held together with rubber bands. But they’re some of the best I have.
What are the traditional Catholic titles that have been removed as they sound like something that I would like to read and maybe I can find used copies?
This book is available at Amazon although mine (I keep a few on hand) are from TAN. I read it a bunch of times and must have first read it at least 20 years ago.I bought a few of them to pass out to people I thought would benefit from it. www.catholicspiritualdirection.org/uniformitygod.pdf
Sadly, even Catholic businesses sell out and succumb to plain old greed. Many Catholic goods stores sell items manufactured in that bastion of God's One True Church, The People's Republic of China.
This is awful news!
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